Anthem of the Seas

The Diversity of Norway

Icy vistas, soaring mountains and cosmopolitan cities await you on our Norwegian cruises. While the Northern Lights dazzle, Norway's Tromsø city buzzes into the early hours. A thrillingly diverse destination, one day you may be pottering around the quaint seaside town of Kristiansand and the next enjoying immense views of the Arctic Ocean from the North Cape.

Sail along Norway's famous fjords, float on shimmering fresh water lakes or tuck into delicious local cuisine. Uncover the mystery of the Vikings and Norse legends in modern day Oslo or the thriving music scene of Bergen. Wintry darkness creates a magical atmosphere for exploring Norway's wilderness and glaciers. In the summer months you can sit on deck and enjoy the special light of the midnight sun, as the sun never sets during this natural phenomenon.

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Norwegian Cruises Highlights

Flåm Railway

Take a journey of a lifetime on the Flåm Railway ride. Beginning at the mountain station of Myrdal the train edges around snow-capped mountains, passing plunging waterfalls, green pastures and winding rivers before reaching Aurlandsfjord at the bottom of the Flåm valley.

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The Midnight Sun

Admire Norway's midnight blue sky during the long summer days of June. The lively city of Tromsø is an ideal place to witness the natural phenomenon of the Midnight Sun in Northern Norway.

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Jostedal Glacier

Gaze at the gigantic proportions of one of Europe's largest glaciers. Or, book a glacier walking tour to set foot on an ice mass which continues to form Norway's landscape and over thousands of years has carved out beautiful fjords.


The pretty little town of Honningsvag with its brightly-coloured wooden houses is the gateway to the North Cape, the most northern point in Europe. Surrounded by fjords and waterfalls, book Norwegian cruises in summer to see the stunning natural environment bathed in midnight sun.



Norway's capital of Oslo is a cosmopolitan city with pulsing nightlife, eclectic architecture and vibrant culture. Nestled between forest and fjord, the city also has plenty to keep lovers of the great outdoors happy too.

Meanwhile, Oslo's top-class museums and galleries will leave you inspired. Learn about past and present winners at the Nobel Peace Center and come face-to-face with Edvard Munch's famous portrait The Scream at the National Gallery. Escape the city centre, heading north into the forested wilderness of Nordmarka where you can hike or bike.


Located on Norway's Southern coast, Kristiansand is a summer hotspot as it receives little snow. Kristiansand sits on a picturesque coast dotted with rocky islands and white painted houses.

Discover your inner adventurer and sail the seas of surrounding fjords, settle down for some fishing, or head out to the mountains for some skiing or hiking. You can stroll around the old town (Posebyen) or fill your lungs with fresh sea air before grabbing a delicious dinner from one of many speciality restaurants in town. Browse the fish market for today's fresh catch or relax on the golden sands of Hamresanden Beach. Family entertainment can be found at Kristiansand Zoo and Amusement Park, which includes over 150 acres of wild Nordic terrain.



The Art Nouveau city of Alesund lies at the entrance to Geirangerfjord, which makes for a beautiful pairing. Impressively rebuilt a few years after being ravaged by fire in 1904, the towers, turrets and Art Nouveau ornamentations give Alesund its fairytale charm.

You'll need your camera and take the rewarding climb up Mount Aksla for panoramic views across the town, islands and Sunnmøre Alps. Our Norwegian cruises transport you to this region of beautiful coastline, valleys and fjords. And, Alesund is just a short trip away from the breath-taking scenery of Geirangerfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Norway's lively city of Tromsø is packed with attractions and its location north of the Arctic Circle means it has plenty of wintry charms.

Get active and hike mountains, paddle in the sea or drive out to explore along coastal roads. Admire Tromsø's old wooden houses and the striking modern architecture of the Arctic Cathedral (Tromsdalen Church) which reflects the angular nature of Norway's peaks and the Arctic ice. Find warmth in Tromsø's city life and head to its lively bars and cafes. And, you will be spoilt for choice for restaurants here where you can sample fresh ingredients of the region and the latest in international cooking.